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NHL PLAYER, Cal Clutterbuck

BIOGRAPHY

Born Nov 18, 1987 -- Welland, Ontario, Canada
Selected by Minnesota Wild round 3 #72 overall 2006 NHL Entry Draft

Cal Clutterbuck currently plays for the New York Islanders of the NHL, where he holds the role of alternate captain. Drafted 72nd overall by the Minnesota Wild in the 2006 NHL Draft, the Welland, Ontario-native made his league debut with the Wild in the 2007-08 season. He would go on to play 5 seasons for the club, highlighted by the 2010-11 season where he tallied a career-high 19 goals. The gritty right winger was traded to the New York Islanders in 2013. As of 2021, he has registered 247 points (including 16 shorthanded goals) in 874 games played.

NEWS

MASTERTON TROPHY NOMINATIONS ANNOUNCED April 05, 2024 - NHL.com

The nominations for the Masterton Trophy Nominations were announced on Tuesday, with several Newport Sports Management clients receiving the honour of a nomination. The group includes Nashville Predators forward Michael McCarron, New York Islanders forward Cal Clutterbuck, Toronto Maple Leafs goalie Ilya Samsonov, and Vegas Golden Knights defenceman Alex Pietrangelo.

Source: NHL.com

CAL CLUTTERBUCK REACHES 1,000 GAMES PLAYED MILESTONE November 23, 2023 - NHL.com

Cal Clutterbuck, who started his career as the Minnesota Wild's third-round pick (72nd overall) in the 2006 NHL Draft, has just passed the 1,000-game milestone. Renowned for his physical play, he led the league in hits during his rookie season before joining the New York Islanders in 2013. Notably, Clutterbuck holds the record for the most hits in NHL history. He got to his 1,000th game playing for just two teams, 344 games with the Minnesota Wild and 656 with the New York Islanders. Through his lengthy tenure in the NHL, Clutterbuck has become a leader of the Islanders as his teammate Casey Cizikas said, “He's a guy that everyone listens to and looks up to,” Cizikas said. “In the dressing room, he gets along with everybody. He cracks jokes. He's extremely smart. And he's someone that, when he talks, you listen.”

 

Source: NHL.com